Family Day, a Cultural Collaboration on June 3

Quinlan, Northeast Georgia History Center Family Day LogoVisit two acclaimed cultural institutions in one afternoon of family fun. The Quinlan Visual Arts Center and the Northeast Georgia History Museum present Family Day, a Cultural Collaboration from 12-4 p.m. Saturday, June 3. The event is free and open to the public.

At the Quinlan there will be artist demonstrations such as ceramics, painting and hands-on children’s art stations with projects inspired by Northeast Georgia History Center exhibitions, including Cherokee functional crafts, “ugly” jugs and the 1936 tornado. Self-guided gallery tours and an art scavenger hunt and also part of the day’s activities.

At the Northeast Georgia History Center you can take a turn at the churn for homemade ice cream and experience other aspects of daily life on the frontier. This includes free entry to all exhibitions and gardens, a digital interactive experience where visitors can get “Q-ed Up” using green screen technology to place visitors directly in a work of art that can be found at the Quinlan.

For more information, please call 770.536.2575, and for exhibition information and photographs, please view the Quinlan website at